Song Saa Private Island in the Gulf of Thailand in Cambodia is private and secluded, covered with a tropical rainforest and empty white-sand beaches. You can spend your days in the privacy of your own villa, swimming in the pools or in the ocean, and taking romantic walks on the sand. Pricing is all-inclusive, following the theme that vacationers shouldn't have a care in the world. Song Saa's protected reef is rich with marine life, great for swimming and snorkeling in a marine reserve. Choose from three distinct villa locations: over-water, ocean view or jungle. There are just 27 villas, all with sunrise or sunset views. If you want to watch the sunset from your luxury villa, be sure to ask for a sunset view when booking your stay.
Layout choices include one-bedroom pool villas, two bedroom choices, as well as stunning overwater houses. The two-bedroom Royal Villa is the most luxurious residence, set over the water. You will have to take a boat to get to your super-private residence. Sunsets are amazing. Just like everything else on the property, the spa is a carefully thought-out sanctuary of healing and rejuvenation. The spa offers treatments inspired by the Buddhist tradition of loving kindness and incorporates locally sourced herbs and plants. To get there, fly to Sihanoukville which offers daily flights from Bangkok and Singapore. Once in Sihanoukville, the resort will arrange a complimentary boat transfer.
Villa rates start at US $1,350, including all meals, house wines, speed boat transfers, laundry and free use of kayaks, sailing boats, snorkeling gear, kite board and wind surfer. Guided tours are also included. VacationIdea.com Tip: Ask about packages and spa deals. The island offers incredible spa retreats that let you rejuvenate your mind a body in a beautiful setting. The 5-night retreat includes several unique massages, a Buddhist blessing, face therapy, spa snacks and a healing bath ritual (+855 23 686 0360, website).
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